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The Thwaites Glacier, an ice shelf in Western Antarctica the size of Florida, may thin out gradually as it melts, rather than fracturing and causing a catastrophic chain reaction, according to a study led by University of Michigan scientists. Read more
At least three Oklahoma school districts “that serve mostly students of color” have indicated they will defy the state’s fledgling anti-critical race theory (CRT) law. Read more
Though the college has over $100,000 remaining in available HEER money, the school states its policy is due to a 'lack of federal funds.' Read more
June’s record-breaking heat wave left more than 40 million Americans sweltering in temperatures over 100 degrees Fahrenheit
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Like many coastal nations, China has been facing an acute decline in the health of the ocean along its coastline caused by both terrestrial and marine development.
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A recently unveiled statue of teen climate activist Greta Thunberg has miffed Winchester University (U.K.) students and local residents alike.
The University of Lynchburg made a bold commitment more than a decade ago to embrace sustainability. It reached a major milestone last month, but its work is not done.